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The United Nations General Assembly Hall was filled with children for this UNICEF documentary special hosted by Julie Andrews. Celebrities including Audrey Hepburn, Barbra Streisand, Bill ... See full summary »

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Clark Jones

Writer:

Hildy Parks
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Cast

Credited cast:
Julie Andrews ... Herself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harry Belafonte ... Himself
Peter Bonerz ... Himself
Richard Burton ... Himself
Hamilton Camp ... Himself
Bill Cosby ... Himself - Co-Host
Florence Henderson ... Herself
Audrey Hepburn ... Herself
Linda Lavin ... Herself
Richard Libertini ... Himself
Shirley MacLaine ... Herself - Co-Host
David Persons David Persons ... Himself - 11 year old
Paul Sand ... Himself
Richard Schaal ... Himself
Barbra Streisand ... Herself
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The United Nations General Assembly Hall was filled with children for this UNICEF documentary special hosted by Julie Andrews. Celebrities including Audrey Hepburn, Barbra Streisand, Bill Cosby, Shirley MacLaine, Richard Burton and Harry Belafonte appeared to describe Christmas traditions in their native or adopted homelands. In Rome, Audrey explains the legend of "La Befana," which plays a prominent role in Italian Christmas festivities. Written by alfiehitchie

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 December 1970 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Most of the children sitting at the various delegations' desks are actually the children of the diplomats of the various nations. In the case of the United States desk the children are the children of the Volunteer Directors of the UNICEF US National Regional Offices in the United States. Two boys from the US delegation were scheduled to be interviewed by Bill Cosby, comparing regional differences between how Christmas was celebrated in Brooklyn and Fort Worth. The entire shoot was done in one very long day, as the General Assembly was in session and scheduled to return to work the next day. The schedule was further complicated by an unexpected early snow storm the day of shooting. Despite these challenges, the program was successfully filmed in the General Assembly Building, remaining (as of 2011) the only commercial television program ever to originate from the UN. See more »

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I was one of the kids in A World Of Love
13 October 2008 | by DavidInAustinSee all my reviews

I was one of the kids on this program and it was an fascinating experience. This show remains the only commercial broadcast to ever be taped in the UN General Assembly building. Production was done in one (as I remember, very long) day, as the General Assembly was actually in session during filming.

I was the little boy from Texas who was comparing Christmas in Fort Worth and New York City with the boy from Brooklyn with Bill Cosby.

Meeting everyone on this program was, for a starry eyed ten year old, something! We actually sat at the US delegation desk and met the Ambassador and UN Secretary-General.

It was a wonderful experience!


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